The Mughal Garden will open to the public from Saturday and according to a statement issued by the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday, visitors will only be allowed to view it through advance online booking.
The statement said that the Mughal Gardens would be open to the general public from 1000 hours to 1700 hours from 13 February to 21 March (except Monday for maintenance days).
Maintainance of Mughal gardens and around the Presidential Palace’s fountain channels are being clean. President Ram Nath Kovind will inaugurate the Mughal Gardens and will be open for the general public in 10 months after closure due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
Delhi policemen, wearing face masks as a precaution against coronoviruses, blossomed fully in Mughal gardens. As a precaution, a walk-in entry will not be available this year. Visitors will be allowed to view the Mughal Gardens only through advance online booking on the website of the President’s Secretariat.
Bees hover on the flowers when they are in full bloom in Mughal gardens. Entry and exit for all visitors will be from Gate No. 35 of Rashtrapati Bhavan, where North Avenue meets Rashtrapati Bhavan.
A Delhi policeman walks in the Mughal gardens with flowers in full bloom. Seven pre-booked hourly slots will be available for between 1000 hours and 1700 hours. The last entry will be 1600 hours. Each slot can accommodate a maximum of 100 persons.
More than 200 varieties of flowers, including yellow rose flowers, named after the late former President Pranab Mukherjee, will be in full bloom to attract tourists to the Mughal Gardens.
The official statement said that visitors are requested not to bring water bottles, briefcases, handbags / purses, cameras, radios / transistors, boxes, umbrellas, food items. He said that there is a provision of hand sanitizer, drinking water, toilets, first aid / medical facilities at various places on the public route. Apart from the annual opening of the Mughal Gardens, people can also visit the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum as well as the Guard of Guard ceremony.
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As a precaution, a walk-in entry will not be available this year. The statement said that visitors would only be allowed to visit the Mughal Gardens through online booking.
Bookings can be made at
https://rashtrapatisachivalaya.gov.in or https://rb.nic.in/rbvisit/visit_plan.aspx.
Seven pre-booked hourly slots will be available between 1000 hrs and 1700 hrs, stating that the last entry will be at 1600 hrs.
‘Each slot can accommodate a maximum of 100 persons. During the tour, viewers have to follow the COVID-19 protocol such as wearing masks, maintaining social distance. They must undergo thermal screening at the entry point. The statement said that those sensitive to COVID-19 are discouraged to visit.
Entry and exit for all visitors will be from Gate No. 35 of Rashtrapati Bhavan, where North Avenue meets Rashtrapati Bhavan.